Whois Tool is a client utility that communicates with WHOIS servers located around the world to obtain domain registration information....
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Interesting to see this is in the mainstreammedia even before the press release is posted on ibm.com...InternationalBusiness Machines Corp. said it will roll out an aggressive strategy todayto lure business customers away from rival Microsoft Corp., offering bountiesof up to $20,000 to sales partners who can persuade companies to make theswitch. ...The plan seeks to use IBM's 100 [sic- should be "hundreds of"] business partners who work with companies'IT divisions as its de facto sales force. IBM will reward each businesspartner $20 per individual e-mail account, up to $20,000, for every companythat stops using Microsoft's Exchange server and Outlook e-mail systemand begins using IBM's Linux-based Lotus Notes e-mail system and Dominoserver system.The gloves are off....Link (free registration required): Washingtonpost.com:IBM makes a play for Microsoft's customers>(And watch for more coverage elsewheretoday)
More suited to the medium-sized business with lots of phone activity rather than the occasional call, the IP290 allows you to grow into it. It's a solid piece of kit that will need little, if any, training to use.
Stratton Sclavos explains why VeriSign undertook its domain-name redirection service, and tells of his fears for the security of the Internet's root servers
A hacking competition that promised a first prize of $100,000 turned into a fiasco after hackers compromised the server that held registration details.
A server crash turned hundreds of thousands of WebTV boxes into plugged-in paperweights for two hours Thursday night, leaving analysts and subscribers to wonder whether WebTV is starting to hit technological barriers. All 350,000-plus subscribers were blocked from accessing the service when the registration server -- the computer that subscribers access to log on to the service -- went down on WebTV Networks Inc.